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Watch Ethan Hutchison “Blue” On “Queen Sugar” Give The Best Red Carpet Interview Ever!

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Ethan Hutchison who portrays “BLUE” on OWN’S “QUEEN SUGAR” talks with entertainment correspondent Tanisha LaVerne Grant on the red carpet at the 21st ANNUAL URBANWORLD FILM FESTIVAL

“Queen Sugar” which airs on OWN (OPRAH WINFREY NETWORK) tells the story of the estranged Bordelon siblings in Louisiana. At the center of the family are Nova, a journalist and activist; Charley, the wife and manager of an NBA player; and formerly incarcerated father Ralph Angel, who is searching for redemption. Following a tragedy in the family, the siblings must put their complicated lives aside so that they can come together to run the clan’s struggling sugar cane farm.

ABOUT URBANWORLD FILM FESTIVAL

Urbanworld Film Festival was launched in August 1997 by founder Stacy Spikes, a former executive at Miramax and October Films. With estimated attendance reaching over 15,000, the five-day festival anchored in film showcases narrative features, documentaries, short films, spotlight screenings and live staged screenplay readings; the Urbanworld Digital track focuses on digital panels and workshops; and the Urbanworld Music franchise highlights emerging talent in live performances during festival events. Over the last 20 years, Hollywood studios and indie film distributors, as well as established and emerging filmmakers, have consistently chosen Urbanworld to premiere box office and award-winning hits. The Urbanworld Film Festival is an initiative of the Urbanworld Foundation Inc. Gabrielle Glore serves as Festival Director & Head of Programming.

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TANISHA LAVERNE GRANT single-handedly gets the exclusive! A widely respected entertainment journalist known as a “Hollywood Insider” Tanisha is one of the industry’s leading go to personalities for all things pop culture! Covering everything from exclusive red carpet award shows, award show press rooms, film festivals, private screenings, press junkets, and film premieres, all which have set the stage for her to interview some of the most prolific icons, game changers, disruptors, and thought leaders in film, fashion, music and politics, with a roster of luminaries including but not limited to Oprah Winfrey, Cathy Hughes, Debra Lee, Van Jones, Congresswoman Maxine Waters, Raoul Peck, Whoopi Goldberg, Forest Whitaker and many more.

Tanisha’s drive, vision, ambition, and ability to ask well-crafted questions while connecting with her guests on a personal level has made her a stand out in the competitive space of entertainment journalism and she is well on her way to becoming one the most intriguing women of our time. Dividing her time between New York City and Los Angeles the determined multi-talented fashionista serves up her own red carpet style with her iconoclastic bald head and is blazing the trail to have bald women represented in mainstream media particularly in the capacity of on air talent.

A former pageant winner who has won titles as Miss Black Pennsylvania USA and Miss Cheyney University of Pennsylvania, where she focused on radio, television and film studies and was inducted into the national theatrical honor society Alpha Psi Omega.

Tanisha has participated in the “Expressions in Beauty” exhibition at the Museum of Natural History in New York City, delivered the 144th Commencement Address to the graduating class of Chester High School, has been honored with the “Lifetime Achievement Award” by People Building People for setting a positive image of African American Women in Media, and in 2016 she was awarded with the honor of “Entertainment Correspondent of the Year ” by Brown Women in Media! Tanisha continues to work as a freelance entertainment and features correspondent while raising awareness of the HBCU initiative to save Historical Black Colleges and Universities. Her interviews can be found online.